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Srinagar is not just a beautiful place for sightseeing but also a good place to camp. The stunning valleys, gorgeous snow-clad peaks and towering mountain ranges, make the best camping tours in Srinagar surreal. Indulge in a Ladakh bike tour, camp around in the chilly nights and pass through some of the picturesque places like the beautiful Valley of Flowers, Pangong Tso Lake, 21 loops of Gata, peaks of Himalayas and Karakoram . Most parts of the Srinagar are not just great for camping but also a haven for trekkers and bikers. Trek to Chang La Pass and also, Tarsar Marsar trek. Reach the Tarsar Marsar located at an altitude of around 13,000ft to get a breathtaking view of the entire region. Besides nature lovers and trekkers, this place is also a favorite among wildlife enthusiasts as they get to witness sighting of rare species like Bar Headed geese, Choughs, Golden eagles, black bulbuls, musk deer, snow leopard, brown bear and the golden marmot. One can camp at various stops along the Tarsar Marsar and unravel the beautiful sceneries of the region along with your friends and family.

 

A motorbike ride from Manali to Srinagar and nearby places such as Keylong, Sarchu, Leh, Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso, Kargil is also highly recommended. One can spot umpteen biker groups travelling on this route and camping at nights in the tents. Many guided tours are available in Srinagar for travel enthusiasts that offers an ample opportunity to explore the Himalayan town. Besides camping, Srinagar boasts of the majestic Dal Lake , Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary - a home to migratory birds and wildlife species, Chashm-e-Shahi. Aero Ballooning has become an addition in Srinagar tourism, which you can try to see the Pir golf course. The best time to visit Srinagar is from April to October when the temperature ranges from 14 degree Celsius to 30 degree Celsius , making it a great time to enjoy sightseeing and the best camping tours in Srinagar.

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05 January 2016
Excellent
kashmir, the haven on earth is my favorite destinations and trekiing there was just like icing on the cake... really enjoyed my trek.. camping was also something I was looking forward to and it turned out to be awesome as well.... planning to go for another trek soon..
15 November 2015
Excellent
An absolute treat of a trek passing through the lakes. It was surreal like heaven on earth. Trekking with my friends were fun and the camping and the clear night stars were very beautiful to look at. Loved this trek. Worth every penny I spent.
19 June 2015
Excellent
Sonamarg is indeed lovely. Kashmir is the unsung beauty of India and we had an amazing time while we were here with all our loved ones. It was truly an awe inspiring experience to traverse through the valleys and hills of this place.
12 June 2015
Excellent
Slice or paradise. Kashmir stood true to its name, amazing journey. I just can't get over the fact that something that beautiful is considered as sensitive region. the lakes, the greenery surrounding the place is equally impressive and breathtaking.
07 May 2015
Excellent
Forget all the hyped places this place is something that will bee just for you…away from all crowds and people, its so beautiful you won’t feel like coming back.
Though we are familiar with the beauty of Kashmir from pictures and stories, watching them with the naked eyes was really exciting for me. I am not a regular traveler type but I like traveling. Last time, when I got one long weekend, I took three more days leave and went to Kashmir. Dal Lake, Vishansar Lake and one more lake were there in the package. We trekked to these places and many of the climbs were tough for me. I was feeling the adrenaline rush in me when I was looking from the top of a hill to the valleys down. But I should agree to a fact that, the entire location is a fairy tale kind of place. I was wondered to see the glittering mountain ranges and the utmost beauty prevailing in each village. Dal Lake was the most beautiful attraction in the whole region, I felt. Such an extensive lake with a lot of traditional boats decorated with flowers. That sight was really appreciable from the shores. We stayed in one of the hotels in Leh watching the nearby areas from the windows and the next days, we visited the monasteries located near to Leh. From Srinagar, we went to Sonamarg also. The availability of food was limited during the trekking trip to Sonamarg and the walking along the Sindh River was captivating. The river looked so pretty with many trees on its either side. Vishansar Lake is another bundle of beauty with full of flowers and green meadows around. There are a lot of hilly regions near to it. They make the lake so amazing in the middle. No doubt why people call Kashmir the paradise on Earth. Such beautiful places are not existing in any parts of the world.
Kashmir Great Lakes trek was something beyond our expectations. I and my husband were going to visit Leh and other major parts in Kashmir. Two days in between, we have done the Great Lakes trekking as well. It was so amazing and the mountain ranges, rough valleys, tall trees, the villages were all looking so incredible. The blue, green lakes in the centre of the mountains had some extra ordinary charm, I felt. The trekking towards the Great Lakes were through some of the pine forests and along many streams and rivers. Some of the roads were really tough. We went alone, so that we found it difficult to reach the destination easily. But some travelers who were going after the activity helped us take the easiest routes. There was no shops or houses near the lakes but you have to come walking a lot to a stop where you can get some water at least. Hence, you should carry some water with you along with biscuits or energy bars. Camping was also done somewhere near and the night picture was superb. The wind was cold though it was not the time of an extreme climate. Dal Lake was also an amusement for us. We did a shikara ride along the lake and mind blowing it was. Overall, the trip was filled with pure joy. We continued to visit the other places near Kashmir.
Aadinath Somayaji Ladakh Bike Trip 2020
Superb
It was a wonderful trip to ladakh. Our bike ride was the most exciting one along with my friends. Our accommodation and transport was the best. And so were our rides. There was a backup vehicle carrying our luggage with us. And we also had an amazing guide who was providing us about all the details of the places. We visited Pangong Tso Lake, Tibetan Buddhist monasteries etc. But the best part came when we conquered the highest motorable pass Khardungla Pass. We also navigated the 21 Gata Loops towards Sarchu. It was a wonderful experience for all of us.
Avani Ahuja Ladakh Bike Trip 2020
Excellent
We were very glad that we went on this amazing bike trip. It was the most adventurous trip ever. Our trip was for 14 days and it was the best. I along with few of my friends went on this bike trip. Everything was made perfect for us on our trip. From our food to our accommodation everything was very well taken care of. We rode through the high mountain pass and also through the highest motorable road Khardungla pass. It was a great experience. We also had a wonderful guide who was very well versed and helped us throughout our whole trip.
18 October 2016
Excellent
The Kashmir Great Lakes trek is just amazingly beautiful, gorgeous beyond words. everyday it used to get better and beautiful. the pristine lakes, the endless meadows, the scenery, the view of twin lakes of gangabal and nandkul from 14000 ft zaj pass is all lifelong experience. this is the kashmir that one cant see on normal tourist itinerary and the hardwork is totally worth it . Our local operator has organized it pretty well, the trek lead and 2 guides were friendly, supportive and professional in their conduct. the food was just too good and never expected to have such yummy food on such remote high altitude trek. we were group of 13 n bonded really well. our batch was during the kashmir lock-down period but i'm glad that we didnt cancel it. the long walks were moderately tough so you definitely need prepare a bit for fitness but its totally manageable. the descent was daunting but thats always the case in my experience. we did face issues with accommodation n return transport on last day due to the curfew situation and operator could have done better job in co-ordinating it rather than just leaving us on our fate. that was the only sore point of the whole experience. I highly recommend this trek to anyone who wish to experience the real beauty of Kashmir and why its called jannat on the earth.